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There are many schools of thought when it comes to determining the root cause of anxiety, but several researchers have demonstrated an important correlation between nutrient deficiencies and symptoms.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Anxiety, Mood, stress
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For those who are taking Daily Essential Nutrients, Hardy Nutritionals® clinical broad-spectrum micronutrient formulation, but who are still dealing with some level of residual mood swings, anxiety or depression--hormonal or otherwise--additional supplementation may be required.  Introducing supplements such as 5HTP, SAMe, Inositol, Niacinimide, among others, may be helpful in providing added relief.
Posted in: Research
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Larry and Caryl's son Mark dealt with anxiety since the age of 12. His anxiety impacted his day to day life in a major way until he started Daily Essential Nutrients.
Posted in: Success Stories
Tagged with: Anxiety, interview, Mood, stress
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Tamara Anderson, a podcaster and author, shares her story using Hardy's Daily Essential Nutrients to help her son who has autism and her daughter who has anxiety.
Posted in: Success Stories
Tagged with: Anxiety, Autism, focus, interview
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"The difference is now he can have a conversation and not just storm off. We feel like we can talk with him."
Posted in: Success Stories
Tagged with: Anxiety, Mood, stress
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The gut-brain connection is a proven idea that explains those "gut-wrenching feelings" or "getting butterflies". Yeast overgrowth prevents nutrient absorption...
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Anxiety, Gut Health, Mood
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Double-blind Study Proves "Daily Essential Nutrients" Effective for ADHD, Anxiety, Mood
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: ADHD, Anxiety, energy, focus, Mood, stress
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Jake used to suffer from debilitating anxiety, bouts of rage and intense moodiness due to a concussion in his past. Then, his doctor recommended Hardy's Daily Essential Nutrients.
Posted in: Success Stories
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University of Canterbury researchers have again demonstrated broad-spectrum micronutrients to be a viable alternative to conventional medication for anxiety and depression. In Christchurch, New Zealand, university researchers are attempting to address "common but serious psychiatric problems" in the community.
Posted in: Research
Tagged with: Anxiety, energy, Mood, stress
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Two recent double-blind trials and several medical journal publications support the use of Daily Essential Nutrients for mood and focus.